Rivers are the roads of the forest. The Oxtongue flows naturally but boldly in Lake of Bays, and is the beer you can bank on to deliver a deep malt flavour with a splash of citrus notes. Let it flow.
Take your tastebuds on a ride on the Oxtongue for a journey that’s hop-forward and dry with a refreshing citrus twist. You’re greeted by a touch of boozy heat on the nose that envelops a hint of lemon, suggesting the grapefruit flavour swirling in the medium-bodied warm copper ale. Welcome a slight Vienna malt sweetness that trails off with a lingering pine bitterness. Caps off to the recipe leads, Andrew Walsh and Mike Pawlick.
Malts: 2-Row Pale, Vienna, Carafoam, Wheat Malt
Hops: Centennial, Idaho 7, Pekko